Japanese Religion: A Cultural Perspective
This book provides an overview of religion in Japan, from ancient times to the present. It also emphasizes the cultural and attitudinal manifestations of religion in Japan, withough neglecting dates and places.
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aesthetic sensitivity Amaterasu ancient artistic beauty bodhisattva called central century chanting charismatic clan Confucian culture daimoku dance distinctive divine emperor emphasizes enlightenment especially example expression faith festival Fujiwara gohonzon Grand Shrine groups Heian period human ideals imperial important influence Japanese religion Kamakura period kami Kannon Kojiki Kyoto lived Lotus Sutra Mahayana major matsuri meditation Meiji Miki mind Mishima modern monastery monastic monks Motoori mountains Muromachi Nakatomi Nakayama Miki Nara Nara period nature NeoConfucian Nichiren Buddhism Nihonshoki Norinaga offerings one’s patterns pilgrimage poetic reality poetry popular practice present priests Pure Land purity realization realm religioaesthetic religions of Japan religious meaning religious movements represented rites ritual sacred salvation samurai sects shamanism shamanistic Shingon Shinran Shinto shrine Shotoku shugendo social society Soga Soka Gakkai spiritual symbols Taoism teachings temple Tendai Tenrikyo Tokugawa period Tokyo tradition truth ujigami unique worship yamabushi zazen